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Mango powder, also known as amchur, is a tangy and sour spice made from dried unripe green mangoes that are ground into a fine powder. It is commonly used in Indian and Southeast Asian cuisine to add a sour flavor to dishes, and is a popular ingredient in chutneys, marinades, and spice blends. Mango powder can also be used as a natural meat tenderizer and is a popular seasoning for grilled meats and vegetables.

Mango powder is a good source of vitamin C, antioxidants, and other beneficial plant compounds. It is also low in calories and high in fiber, making it a healthy addition to your diet. Mango powder can be found at most Indian grocery stores and online retailers that sell spices and herbs. It should be stored in a cool, dry place in an airtight container to maintain its freshness and flavor.

To use mango powder in your cooking, simply sprinkle it on your favorite dishes or add it to marinades and spice blends. It can also be mixed with water to make a tangy and refreshing drink, or added to yogurt or smoothies for extra flavor and nutrition.

Mangoes are grown 100% organically on our farm using ancient vedic farming techniques. After sun drying the mango, it is then grounded to bring out the distinct natural flavor and intense aroma.

It has a honey-like fragrance and a sour fruity flavor and is a tart pale-beige-to- coffee-brown color.

Mango Amchur Powder (Homemade 100% Natural)

  • Botanical Name: Mangifera Indica L.

    Names in different languages

    English: Dry Mango Powder
    Hindi: Amchur Powder
    Bengali: Amchoor
    Gujarati: Karino Powder
    Kannada: Mavinakai Pudi
    Konkani: Ambya Puddi
    Marathi: Aamchur
    Malayalam: Manga Podi
    Oriya: Amchur
    Tamil: Maangaa Podi / Maangai Thool
    Telugu: Mamidikaya Pud

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